Cardboard Box Car: A Plethora of Unique Designs

Cardboard boxes have been my beloved since childhood for its mammoth size giving me the liberty to turn them into any fun craft. Seeing my son brooding during the summer holidays as most of his pals were on a family vacation, I thought of getting him indulged in an enjoyable activity. Some cutting, gluing, and painting was all we did together to make a flashy playing car that gave us a pretty long service.

DIY Glow in the Dark Bubbles

Make Halloween and wedding send-offs memorable by making your own glow in the dark bubbles. The instructions help you make them safely at home without having to burn a hole in your pocket. Forget the commercial bubble guns and foggers. Just a simple glow bubble solution does the trick with ease.

How to Make Paper Mache Snowman

Last year, before my son’s school, closed for the holidays, a long list of winter home assignments were given that also included making an interesting Christmas-themed craft. With the ongoing snowfall outside my home, I thought of making a cuddly snowman with paper mache and deck it up. My son and I arranged the supplies, and here’s how we accomplished the project.

How to Make Air Dry Clay

We have tried to consolidate a few easy air dry clay tutorials so that you can unleash the sculptor in you in the best DIY way possible.

How to Make No Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecake

Who doesn’t love cheesecake? The way it melts in your mouth is just heavenly. Although when it comes to making cakes at home, you got to rely on your oven. Surprisingly, my mother (the best cook on this planet) suggested a recipe for making cheesecake without going through the hassle of baking. Since I make fewer trips to the kitchen, my first stint with peanut butter cheesecake was a hit.

How to Remove Crayon from Walls

Do your little kiddos love treating the walls as their canvas and draw doodles with crayons whenever you are not around? While it’s good to nurture their artistic talent, the walls (wallpapers in most cases) should be spared at least. If you think removing the vivid crayon markings is no less than a rocket science, then scroll below to see what’s in store for your walls. Ways to Clean Crayon off Walls Baking soda Prepare a paste of baking soda {Read More}

The Constraints of Living Small: Downsizing Your Home

There are basically two kinds of houses: big ones and small ones. Most people would naturally prefer the former with perhaps sprawling lawns, ample storage spaces, expansive areas to while about, indulge and make merry. Now hang on; what if owing to compelling circumstances, one has to rope in for a small dwelling? What if there is a big family to squeeze into the minimum available spaces of a small house?

How to Make a Macaroni Necklace

The mere thought of pasta can make anyone’s mouth drool. And if there is a huge stock of pasta in your kitchen, then for your next necklace-making adventure you can stop fetching for the beads. With myriad varieties of pasta that comes in several shapes and color, I was confident about making an interesting jewelry craft for my kids.

How to Make Your Own Glitter Glue: A Myriad of Ideas

I remember the fun I had during a summer outing in my childhood when I learned making sparkly, shimmery glue with glitters. The old pics I stumbled across some months back reminded me of the entire thrilling experience, so much so that I have made up my mind to do this same activity with my kiddos this summer. From the bits and pieces my memory could retain along with some help from the net, I managed to shape up this {Read More}

Melted Crayon Heart Art with an Interesting Tutorial

Doing some out-of-the-box crafts has always been my fascination since childhood. Keeping in sync with the recycling trend, I happened to discover a unique form of art using melted crayons. The entire process of drawing, melting, and drying was anything, but tiresome. Let me show you how it was done.